Peter Kudenchuck, MD

Cardiologist and Electrophysiologist, Principle Site Investigator of the NIH-supported Resuscitation Outcomes Consortium and the SIREN Network, Medical Director of King County Medic One paramedic group. 

Dr. Kudenchuck has provided leadership for a host of randomized trials investigating strategies, treatments, and technologies for out-of-hospital cardiac arrest.


Michael Levy, MD

Emergency Medicine Physician, Medical Director of Anchorage Fire Department, and incoming President of the National Association of EMS Physicians. 

Dr. Levy has a long-held experience as a leader in resuscitation innovation - translating new science into field best practices. 


Thomas Rea, MD

EMS Medical Director for King County WA, co-Director of the Seattle-King County Resuscitation Academy, and leadership of the HeartRescue Consortium – a collective designed to improve community-based resuscitation care.  

In his role as EMS Medical Director, he strives to balance the latest science with practical field implementation to increase survival.  


Joey Scollan, DO

State of New Hampshire EMS Medical Director, Chair of the New Hampshire EMS Medical Control Board, Adult and Pediatric Emergency Medicine Physician and EMS Medical Director at Elliot Hospital in Manchester NH. She is board certified in both Emergency Medicine and Pediatrics.


Kevin Seaman, MD

Medical Director of the Charles Country Dept. of Emergency Services and of the Howard County Department of Fire and Rescue. Dr. Seaman is the Medical Director of the Maryland Resuscitation Academy, and a member of the AHA Dispatch Telephone CPR and NHTSA CPR Improvement project. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine.


James Suozzi, DO

Associate Medical Director & EMS Medical Director at Cheshire Medical Center/Dartmouth-Hitchcock in Keene NH, Medical Director NH E-911, Medical Advisor for Vermont EMS District 13. He is board certified in Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services.


Daniel Wolfson, MD

Associate Professor of Surgery, Division of Emergency Medicine, University of Vermont Medical Center.  State of Vermont EMS Medical Director,  Medical Director for the VTACH-R: The Vermont Alliance for Critical Heart Resuscitation.  Board certified in Emergency Medicine and Emergency Medical Services.




Sarah Lamb, NRP

Sarah is the Training Officer for Richmond Rescue, a volunteer based ambulance service and Heart Safe Community in Vermont. She began as a volunteer EMT in Vermont in 2010 before attending paramedic school at OIT/OHSU in Portland Oregon in 2014. Since then, she has worked on multiple EMS initiatives for Vermont, including to help role out High Performance CPR to Vermont EMS as a lead instructor for their Resuscitation Academy.